Incident Command System (ICS)

The Incident Command System (ICS) is a standardized approach to the command, control, and coordination of emergency response providing a common hierarchy within which responders from multiple agencies can be effective.

ICS is widely used by agencies across Canada.

ICS 100 and 200 - Online

ERAC now offers ICS 100 and 200 through our learning management system, Workhub.

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These two courses, ICS 100 and ICS 200, are neither recognized nor endorsed by ICS Canada. However, the two internal ERAC adaptations of both courses are sufficient and are a requirement for all ERAC responders who act in response to flammable liquids and LPG incidents.

Note: ICS 200 online does not qualify you to take ICS 300. To move on to ICS 300 you need to take ICS 200 with a certified trainer. Please see information below about instructor-led training. 

For first responders (firefighters, police, EMS), these courses are free; please fill out the form below.

ICS 200 and 300 - Instructor-led (virtual or in-person)

ERAC will hold the following instructor-led sessions:

  • ICS 200 – November 2020*, January/February 2021*
  • ICS 300 – January/February 2021*

*Due to COVID-19, these sessions will be virtual for the safety of participants and instructor.

Please fill out the form below or contact Don Merriam, Emergency Response Planning Manager, at
514-714-1075 to inquire about booking one of these courses; a minimum number of people is required to hold an instructor-led training. A flat fee (plus travel expenses, if applicable) is also available to organizations looking to book virtual or in-person training for their staff.